Jane was interviewed by Bernie Wagenblast of Cranford Radio for their recent Podcast. Tune in here for the 15:31 interview.
Meet Jane aka Miss Cookie here in the Business Connects Meet the Members Interview Series!The first HHP event was established 2008 by volunteers who all shared the same love of theatre, history and community service. That event is the Woodbridge NJ Ghost Walk and still takes place annually for 2 weekends every October with proceeds going to local township charities. ( for more info click the Woodbridge Ghost Walk tab)
No matter the budget, whatever the cause, our company provides a variety of services sure to suit the most adventurous of imaginations.
Our company consists of a small cast of professional actors who can bring the show right to you through storytelling costumed characters. Although Halloween and Christmas are our specialties, with enough advanced booking we can create any original character to fit the need.
HHP also sells original scripts for organizations wishing to provide their own actors.
And don't forget about the children! Our original children's holiday package is a big hit with young minds.
Entitled, A holiday adventure... "This Ain't no OZ" is great for ages pre K through 3rd grade.
Let one of our costumed professional storytellers bring this story to life as the children learn lessons on friendship, kindness and the power of their own imagination. For an intimate theatrical experience try A holiday adventure... "This Ain’t no OZ" the possibilities are endless.
All Haunted History productions are uniquely designed to fit the clients needs.
Please call the number below for a phone consultation.
Call Jane: 908-707-2026
In October 2008, Jane McLaughlin initiated the first ghost walk tour for Woodbridge, New Jersey, leading to the birth of Haunted History Productions. The tour's success not only reflected Jane's affinity for Halloween and historical narratives but also resonated with her dedication to the Woodbridge arts alliance's vision of uniting diverse communities. Drawing on her role as a dance school owner in the township, Jane ingeniously engaged her students and parents to portray historical figures, while she herself assumed the captivating persona of Miss Cookie. This intricate blend of performance and storytelling soon became the cornerstone of an ever-evolving enterprise. Jane's involvement with the Business Connects network group in Edison propelled her venture further, leading to the establishment of her very own LLC. The artistic collaboration between Jane and photographer Pat Reuben from PM Studios in Edison breathed new life into the company's image through striking event posters, infusing it with a heightened sense of professionalism. Over the span of fifteen years, Haunted History Productions transcended boundaries, stretching its presence across multiple towns and employing a dedicated ensemble of over twenty actors. The narrative journey extended beyond spectral walks as Jane introduced a Murder Mystery Dinner Show, seamlessly adapting to the resurgence of restaurant dining post Covid. Jane's creative prowess extended beyond these ventures; during the Covid-induced lockdown, she finally concluded a twelve-year endeavor—a children's book—which has since become a centerpiece of her engaging interactive story sessions.